A New Hampshire teen has become TikTok famous because of his incredible dancing light Christmas displays, has once again been the topic of conversation on the platform for a Halloween display.

Playing off of the popular Netflix series, Squid Game, 18-year-old Justin Holt created a display depicting the Red Light, Green Light scene.

The Manchester, New Hampshire converted his home and front yard to show the creepy robot girl looking over the neighborhood. Her creepy voice utters 'Red Light, Green Light.'

When the display illuminates red to go with 'Red light,' her head whips around, and lights flash to the tune of gun shots.

“We usually don’t do a Halloween show, but I saw ‘Squid Game’ about two weeks ago and loved it,” he told New York Post.

“I really wasn’t trying to go viral, but now that I have, TikTok trends have become a big part of making the displays. I’m recognized for it a lot now, our house has become known as the ‘TikTok house.'”

Justin also went viral last Christmas season for his hilarious creations including popular memes. One of his pieces was a full on Rick Roll.

He also had a lot of fun with creating some goofier videos that brought in over 2 million views, playing "Get Low" by Lil Jon and the East Side Boyz after opening and closing his squeaky mailbox that sounded like the opening of the song.

If you're in New Hampshire, be sure to drive over and find this display this season. It doesn't seem like it'd be something you'd regret in the slightest.

Oh, and he told the New York Post that his display cost him about $20,000.

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